Environmental agrochemistry

 

Definition

Study of the environmental behavior of agrochemicals (pesticides, growth regulators, allelopathic compounds, plant signaling products or plants hormones, etc.) and other compounds that can reach the soil as a consequence of human activities (pharmaceutical or veterinary drugs, industrial contaminants, urban contaminants, etc.) mainly in soil-water system.

Objective

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Organic and Inorganic Pollutants in the Environment (COIMed)

Research lines: Behavior of pesticides and other organic and inorganic pollutants in the water-soil system, and technological applications for reduction of their environmental impact.

GENERAL OBJECTIVE

Contamination of soils and water is a topic of international interest because of the dangers which entails for humans and the environment. The types of contaminants usually found include […]